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Tuesday, October 16,2012

The (ex-)cyclist who wouldn't dope

Grand Junction financial advisor Scott Mercier was surprised to get a call from the U.S. agency that recently won its standoff against one of the best-known athletes in the country.
Monday, October 15,2012

Arapahoe Basin to open Wednesday for 2012-13 ski season

By Steve Weishampel
Arapahoe Basin is this year's winner.
Tuesday, October 9,2012

Utah land grab: How could the state afford to maintain federal lands?

The Great Utah Land Grab wasn't some 19th-century Old West trick involving Mormons and a corrupt sheriff.
Monday, October 8,2012

Ch-ch-changes: Adam Ondra discusses Norwegian 5.15c route

A cave in Norway holds the world's hardest climbing route, and Adam Ondra just sent it.
Monday, October 8,2012

The Yosemite dump: 10 tons of trash cleared from park

I can't even think of a clever opener for this one: Volunteers at Yosemite National Park removed 10 tons of trash two weeks ago.
Friday, October 5,2012

Ski film to debut at The Goose in Boulder

If this morning's snow didn't get you hyped for ski season, the tried-and-true method of ski films could do the trick.
Friday, October 5,2012

World's highest, fastest freefall set for Oct. 8

Felix Baumgartner has been preparing for Monday, Oct. 8 for years.
Thursday, October 4,2012

Loveland starts making snow for 2012-2013 ski season

Snow is only an hour away.
Tuesday, October 2,2012

Copper Mountain begins making snow, to open Nov. 2

It's 82 F outside, and it's almost ski season.
Tuesday, October 2,2012

Yosemite hanta outbreak: All park workers offered testing

This summer's outbreak of the deadly hantavirus has led the National Park Service to offer voluntary testing to every employee of Yosemite National Park, where the virus spread to as many as 22,000 visitors.
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